Battlefield : Home – Breaking The Silence


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Home as a Battlefield

Battlefield: Home details how those who fulfilled their mission overseas come home only to find their personal battles are just beginning.

At home, far too many veterans find out the war isn’t over, and the difficulty of the reintegration process is often unanticipated and under-resourced.

The invisible wounds our military men and women bring back with them from battle can turn these former warriors against themselves.

Some wounds are visible and life-altering in their effect on the service member and their family. Others combat wounds are invisible—like PTSD and TBI—but affect the vet and their ability to reintegrate into their home-life just as a physical wound does.

In past generations, society has barely recognized the difficulties combat veterans and their loved ones face as they attempt to reintegrate. But we don’t have to repeat the errors of the past when it comes to our veterans and the battlefield at home.

With greater understanding, compassion, and action we can provide a more welcoming and healing society for our combat vets.




USS Kidd Veterans Museum, Baton Rouge, LA


Circle City Film Festival, Indianapolis, IN


F – NO Public Health Film Festival of New OrleansNew Orleans, LA


Santa Fe Film Festival – Santa Fe, NM


UCLA – Friends of Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Human Behavior Open Mind Screening Series – Los Angeles, CA

Including Panelists from:  Operation Mend, UCLA Friends of Semel Institute and Dr. Chris Giza of UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSPORT Program


Franklin International Independent Film Festival – Franklin, TN


Downtown LA Film Festival (DTLAFF) – Los Angeles, CA


UC Neurotrauma Symposium – San Jose, CA


VetFest – Dallas, TX


Albuquerque Film & Music Experience – Albuquerque, NM


Thin Line Festival – Denton, TX


New York Women In Film & Television  (NYWift)


San Francisco Veterans Film Festival


Albuquerque Veterans Affairs Workshop


Museum of The American Military Family